Industry Initiatives and Events

New Zealand’s wine industry is one of the youngest in the world, but the 'can-do' attitude of our pioneering winemakers and growers put in place a solid base for our innovative, world-class industry to flourish.

Industry events and workshops

Registration information on the links below.

  • 9 June - 30 August 2022 12 Events

    Young Viticulturist 2022 Entry Form & Key Dates

    Event Auckland Hawke's Bay Wairarapa Marlborough North Canterbury Central Otago

    Learn more about the Young Viticulturist competition at one of our Education Days or enter the competition now via the entry form.

  • New 15 September - 3 November 2022 4 Events

    Young Winemaker Competition 2022 Dates & Entry Form

    Hawke's Bay Marlborough Central Otago

    Who will be this year's NZ Young Winemaker of the year?

  • Event, North Canterbury

    Beyond Vineyard Ecosystems: Growing for the future

    This two-day, jam-packed event is a celebration of findings from the seven-year Vineyard Ecosystems research programme and its spin-off projects. This event highlights programme learnings and grower considerations for practice change, as well as placing research findings into an international context.

  • 2 August - 1 September 2022 12 Events

    The Spray Days roadshow 2022

    Sustainability New Zealand Auckland Hawke's Bay Northland Gisborne Wairarapa Marlborough Nelson North Canterbury Central Otago Event

    The Spray Days roadshow is back for 2022.

  • Go You! Workshops

    The Go You in ‘22! Workshops aim to provide further support to people in our industry. They will provide insights on how to stay well and where to get support if it’s needed at any stage.

  • New 1 Sep 2022

    Awatere Wētā Growers' Meeting

    Marlborough Event

    Join us for afternoon tea and to hear about a research project now underway in the Awatere to study the Wētā in vineyards.

Community initiatives

New Zealand's wine producers and grape growers are committed to supporting and developing talent in the local communities. This work is essential to continue the success of our industry.

Other initiatives and events

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